2 edition of Blithfield Hall: a descriptive survey and history. found in the catalog.
Blithfield Hall: a descriptive survey and history.
Bagot, Nancy Lady.
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This 5 bed freehold semi-detached house is located at Blithfield Hall, Admaston, Rugeley WS15 3NL. Unnamed road has 46 houses and flats on it with an average current value of £,, compared to an average property value of £, for WS Bloxham Hall is a fine old mansion, enlarged in , and surrounded by extensive pleasure-grounds. The living is a rectory, to which the vicarage of Digby was united in , valued in the king's books at £9. 9. 4½., and in the patronage of R. A. Christopher, Esq.: .
NEWTON, a liberty, in the parish of Blithfield, poor-law union of Uttoxeter, S. division of the hundred of Pirehill, N. division of the county of Stafford, 3 miles (W. by N.) from Abbot's-Bromley; containing inhabitants. It adjoins the spacious grounds of Blithfield Hall on the north-west. Newton. Blithfield Hall, the family seat, is an ancient mansion with embattled towers and walls; it stands in the vale of the Blithe or Blythe, on a beautiful lawn, and contains a large and valuable collection of paintings, among which are portraits of many distinguished persons." Early History of the Badgett family.
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'Blithfield Hall - A Descriptive Survey and History' by Lady Nancy Constance Bagot. Publishedby English Life Publications, Derby.
'A History of the Family of Bagot, of Bagots Bromley & Blithfield ' by Hon George Wrottesley. Publishedby Harrison & Sons, London. Buy Blithfield Hall: a Descriptice Survey and History New ed. by Lady Nancy Constance Bagot (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Lady Nancy Constance Bagot.
Probably the solar or great chamber originally; wide barrel ceiling; Elizabethan or Jacobean panelling rearranged and coloured green and gold, large fireplace with cambered head probably c The study: c with plastered panelling.
Blithfield Hall had been the home of the Bagot family since the late C Blithfield Hall (pronounced locally as 'Bliffield'), is a privately owned Grade I listed country house in Staffordshire, situated some nine miles east of Stafford, seven miles southwest of Uttoxeter and five miles north of Rugeley.
The Hall, with its embattled towers and walls, has been the home of the Bagot family since the late 14th on: 52°48’47"N, 1°56’9"W. Blithfield Hall has been described as a probable Fortified Manor House. There are masonry ruins/remnants remains. This is a Grade 1 listed building protected by law*.
Description A listed country house of late medieval origin, although now comprising largely of 16th century fabric. () Bagot of Blithfield Hall and Pool Park, Barons Bagot - part 1.
This post is divided into two parts: this section includes the introduction to the family and the descriptions of the houses they owned; while part 2 covers the biographical and genealogical details of the : Nick Kingsley. The book compiled in by William Bagot, (2nd) Baron Bagot, was printed at Blithfield by William Hodgetts in On its inside page is printed: As every man's house is his castle; so is his family a private commonwealth.
BLITHFIELD 'Blithfield Hall - A Descriptive Survey and History' by Lady Nancy Constance Bagot. Publishedby English Life Publications, Derby. 'A History of the Family of Bagot, of Bagots Bromley & Blithfield ' by Hon. George Wrottesley. Publishedby Harrison & Sons, London.
BLORE. Apparently, one of the most potent elements of the dance is coming into contact with the pig’s bladder on a stick, wielded by the fool (1). Sitting below the ha-ha, separated from the dancers performing on the lawn outside Blithfield Hall by a big ditch, seemed like a safe enough distance to watch from this year.
Blithfield Hall (pronounced locally as Bliffield), is a privately owned Grade I listed country house in Staffordshire, England, situated some 9 miles (14 km) east of Stafford, 7 miles (11 km) southwest of Uttoxeter and 5 miles ( km) north of Rugeley.
The Hall, with its embattled towers and walls, has been the home of the Bagot family since the late 14th century. Blithfield Hall Staffordshire antique print by J. Neale.
Mansions of England or Picturesque Delineations of the Seats of Noblemen and Gentlemen Pub List of Books and Articles on Agrarian History issued since September Compiled by H. BEECHAM BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS Adams, R. Commission of Sewers for the Bagot, N. Blithfield Hall: a descriptive survey and history.
English Life Pubs, Derby. Balfour, H. Blithfield is a civil parish in the East Staffordshire district of Staffordshire, includes the settlements of Admaston (a small hamlet in Staffordshire), Newton along with Blithfield Hall, home of the Bagot family since It is situated miles ( km) southwest of Uttoxeter and miles ( km) north of ield and Admaston comprise 1, acres ( ha) of land District: East Staffordshire.
'Blithfield Hall, A Descriptive Survey & History' by Lady Nancy Constance Bagot. Published English Life Publications, Derby, The orangery's poetical plaque, celebrating the horticultural enthusiasm it was built to serve, adds to the building's historical interest * Group Value: with Blithfield Hall, and Blithfield Church, both listed at Grade I, and with the Grade II-listed fence and steps adjacent to the orangery, and with other Grade II-listed structures in the.
Object history note. Given by Mr John B. Fowler. Provenance: The Book Room, Blithfield Hall, Staffordshire. Descriptive line. A portion of flock wallpaper with a design of garlands of bell-shaped flowers joined by ribbons, and a matching border; Provenance: The Book Room, Blithfield Hall, Staffordshire; English; Late 18th century.
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Blithfield Hall (pronounciado localmemte Bliffield), é um palácio rural privado. Este listed building classificado com o Grau I, localiza-se no Staffordshire, Inglaterra, cerca de 14 km (9 milhas) a leste de Stafford, 11 km (7 milhas) a sudoeste de Uttoxeter e 8 km (5 milhas) a norte de Rugeley.
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Blithfield Hall Orangery – The Orangery, at Blithfield Hall, Staffordshire, built in the late s by Samuel Wyatt, one of the country’s leading neoclassical architects of the time.Main Gateway to Blithfield Hall with Flanking Walls is a Grade II* listed building in Blithfield, Staffordshire, England.
See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of this building.Blithfield Hall (Blithfield) (1) bull ring (Reading) (1) Chapter Act Books No. 3: –3, Staffordshire, Lichfield. Corvisors' and Curriers' Guild Accounts. Chetham's Library: A Relation of a Short Survey of 26 Counties.
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